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Rather than protecting our rights and liberties, Ohio wants to make it hard to defend ourselves. Nothing like being told by a Police officer to lie to them about why we carry a knife.

Personally, I do use my EDC knife multiple times per day for very innocuous reasons; nonetheless, it can be used as a self defense item and LEO's should automatically realize that and be willing to protect our right to do so.

The Ohio Constitution states that we have the right to defend ourselves. It doesn't say where, when, why, how, or with what. LEO's and lawmakers should recognize that right. If they don't, they are no different than those that want to take away your other rights.

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"If we stuck to the Constitution as written, we would have: no federal meddling in our schools; no Federal Reserve; no U.S. membership in the UN; no gun control; and no foreign aid. We would have no welfare for big corporations, or the "poor"; no American troops in 100 foreign countries; no NAFTA, GAT, or "fast-track"; no arrogant federal judges usurping states rights; no attacks on private property; no income tax. We could get rid of most of the agencies, and most of the budget. The government would be small, frugal, and limited." ~Ron Paul

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My Country ‘Tis of Thee

“America” is a patriotic hymn written by Samuel F. Smith in 1832, while a student at Andover Theological Seminary in Andover, Massachusetts. The melody had traveled around Europe in several variations, including “God Save the King.” Even Beethoven and Haydn had used the music in some of their own compositions. My Country ‘Tis of Thee (America) was the lyrical result of Samuel Smith’s drive to create a national hymn for the United States. In about 30 minutes on a rainy day, he wrote the now classic anthem. The first three verses encourage and invoke national pride, while the last verse was specifically reserved as a petition to God for His continued favor and protection of the United States of America.

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